Lancaster-Lebanon QB Club Name Best Players in LL League Football Week 9 Matches | high school football

The Lancaster-Lebanon Quarterback Club have selected their best players from Week 9 matches. Here are their winners

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Best Individual Performances in LL League Week 9 Football Matches

DIVISION 1

RETURN OF THE WEEK: Edison Case, WR-DB, Wilson – Case had a big hit on special teams, returning a punt 49 yards for a touchdown, and he participated with three tackles on defense in the 63-7 win over the Bulldogs on McCaskey.

LINER OF THE WEEK: Deyvid Palepale, NG, Hempfield – Racked up five tackles with a pair of pass deflections and an interception in the Black Knights’ 24-0 win over Cedar Crest to give Hempfield just a championship tie of section.

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DIVISION 2

RETURN OF THE WEEK: Brycen Armold, RB, Manheim Central — Bolted for 332 yards on 26 carries with five TD carries in the Barons’ 69-21 triumph over Governor Mifflin as Central staged a game-winning Division Championship showdown this week against. his unbeaten compatriot from Exeter. Armold leads the league with 25 touchdown points.

LINER OF THE WEEK: In what could be a first in this category, the LL QB Club honored the entire O line and D line of Manheim Central for their work in the Barons’ victory over Mifflin. The O line paved the way for Armold and helped the Barons dig for 608 total yards. Up front in defense, Central allowed no sacks and improved to 9-0 with the win.

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DIVISION 3

RETURN OF THE WEEK: Kye Harting, QB, Garden Spot — Clicked 7 of 10 passes for 121 yards with a pair of TD throws, and rushed for 133 yards on 15 carries with three TD guards in the 66-21 win Spartans on Elizabethtown. It was the third time this season that Harting had 100+ rushing yards and 100+ passing yards in the same game.

LINER OF THE WEEK: Reed Gruber, OT-DE, Garden Spot — Had a high blocking rating on offense, helping the Spartans produce 424 yards and 66 points in their win over E-town. Gruber participated with nine tackles, including seven solo sticks and two sacks on defense.

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DIVISION 4

RETURN OF THE WEEK: Sam Steffey, RB-LB, Cocalico — Took the ball 42 times and rushed for 234 yards with a trio of TD runs on offense, and recorded three tackles, was in half a sack and had recovered a fumble on defense in the Eagles’ 31-10 victory over Berks Catholic.

LINER OF THE WEEK: Chase Tucker, OG, Cocalico — In the Eagles’ win over BC, he had a high blocking rating, helping level the road to Cocalico’s 307-yard rush night, and Tucker had two blocks from pancakes while leading the O-line in blocking assignments.

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SECTION 5

RETURN OF THE WEEK: James Voight, WR, North Lebanon — Had 14 catches for 273 yards with three TD catches in the Vikings’ 48-27 loss to Hamburg. Receiving and receiving yardage were single-game marks in the league this fall.

LINER OF THE WEEK: None listed.

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